Saleor raises 7.4 million euros in funding round

Saleor raises 7.4 million euros in funding round

Polish ecommerce platform Saleor has raised 8 million dollars, or 7.4 million euros, in a funding round. Ecommerce giant Zalando is one of the investors. The capital injection will be used to drive further growth.

Saleor is an open-source ecommerce software platform from Poland. It was founded in 2020. It held a seed round in 2021, where it raised 2.3 million euros (2.5 million dollars). That funding was used to build the compan’s SaaS cloud offering. As a result, well-known brands such as Lush and Breitling started using the software platform.

‘We will further establish Saleor’

Now, the company has held a seed extension round. It wants to use the new capital injection to expand its agency program and strengthen its core product. “With the new capital, we will further establish Saleor”, said Mirek Mencel, CEO at Saleor. “We will help developers deliver business value for their companies more quickly and reliably than ever.”

ZEOS combined with Saleor

One of the investors in this round was Zalando, which has recently launched ZEOS. This stands for Zalando E-commerce Operating System. It is a platform that allows third-party sellers to efficiently manage their multi-channel businesses across Europe from a single, integrated platform.

‘We see a great fit with Saleor’s vision, offering and expertise.’

“With ZEOS, we want to offer brands and retailers a holistic solution for their multi-channel sales. The brands’ own online stores play an important role in this. Here we see a great fit with Saleor’s vision, offering and expertise, which can also help us to further expand our capabilities, for example, in exposing our convenient delivery options to the Saleor checkout”, said Jan Bartels, SVP B2B at Zalando.



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